So the head of the Organization for the Islamic Conference (representing 57 Islamic countries around the world) has said that there's no proof of any nuclear weapons program in Iran. This is at least the 2nd time that the OIC has expressed support for Iran's nuclear program.
Some analysts see some significance in the fact the most recent expression of support by the OIC was delivered by a Turkish diplomat who is supposedly going to be the next president of Turkey. However, Turkey has repeatedly supported Iran's nuclear program.
In fact both Brazil and Turkey explicitly endorsed Iran's right to enrich uranium in the May 2010 uranium swap agreement - the same agreement that the US torpedoed at the last moment by yet again moving the goalposts (adding a demand that Iran must entirely suspend enrichment) to ensure there was no breakthrough (because the US doesn't really want to resolve the nuclear issue but instead wants to use it as a pretext for regime change.)
The Russias have said there's no evidence of a nuclear program in Iran. Many times.